The real heroes and the sufferers in the bargain were the Novem Goem workers, who toiled during its entire 10-year existence.
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Clerkenwell.--Names of eminent persons residing in this parish in 1666:--Earl of Carlisle, Earl of Essex, Earl of Aylesbury, Lord Barkely, Lord Townsend, Lord Dellawar, Lady Crofts, Lady Wordham, Sir John Keeling, Sir John Cropley, Sir Edward Bannister, Sir Nicholas Stroude, Sir Gower Barrington, Dr. King, Dr. Sloane.
Even before the Neidorf trial, Leahy had spoken out in defense of hacker-power and freedom of the keyboard: "We cannot unduly inhibit the inquisitive 13-year-old who, if left to experiment today, may tomorrow develop the telecommunications or computer technology to lead the United States into the 21st century.
Dryden also appears as a regular partner in the King's Company in an agreement to repay money lent for the purpose of rebuilding the Theatre after its burning in 1672.--Shakespeare Society's Papers, iv.
We have had heat prostrations in Kentucky, nearly the whole show got drunk on 16-year-old whisky, and if it hadn't been for the animals keeping sober this show would have been pulled for disorderly conduct.
17th.--Heard Dr. Hamilton again.
Local units also arrested a 19-year-old female phone phreak named "Electra" in Pennsylvania, and a male juvenile in California.
4 In her book, The Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations, Anne Catherine Emmerich details the events of the 31/2-year Ministry of Jesus Christ.
Urvile, a 21-year-old Georgia Tech student in polymer chemistry, posed quite a puzzling case for law enforcement.
Thursday, July 23.--Early in the morning the captain, who had remained on shore all night, came to visit us, and to press us to make haste on board. "
February 27th.--Near Ceylon.--According to the account of our captain, who hails from Bombay, the Governor there must be very well off as regards climate.
2).--Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing (1600.)
1),--Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (1598).
1).--Shakespeare, Comedy of Errors (1593).
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13, note.)--H. C. NOTE 7.--"Near the southern face of the wall are barracks for the Life Guards." (
Stevens falls into Bad Hands 19.--The Alarm 20.--The Attack 21.--More Horrors 22.--An Anxious Day 23.--The Lost One Found 24.--Charlie distinguishes himself 25.--The Heir 26.--Home again 27.--Sudbury 28.--Charlie seeks Employment 29.--Clouds and Sunshine 30.--Many Years after 31.--The Thorn rankles 32.--Dear Old Ess again 33.--The Fatal Discovery 34.--"Murder will out" 35.--The Wedding 36.--And the Last CHAPTER I. In which the Reader is introduced to a Family of peculiar Construction.
Kyrie, a true denizen of the digital criminal underground, was a 36-year-old Canadian woman, convicted and jailed for telecommunications fraud in Canada.
The occasion came when my 3-gear cycle broke down and I needed to go to Panjim to get spares.
However, my one dependable contact was none other than the 50-year-old Purushottam Kakodkar.
The Hindus also had a 60-year cycle, but with them each year had an independent name.
6.--Dearborn, in 1795, recognized four cases: "the nominative, the possessive, the objective, and the absolute.
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abofetear, to buffet, slap, strike.
He pushed Bill Chambers's 'at over his eyes--a thing Bill can't abear--and arter filling 'is pipe agin from Sam Jones's box he got up and went.
It was at a great crisis in the Church when a British monk of extraordinary talents, persuasive eloquence, and great attainments,--a man accustomed to the use of dialectical weapons and experienced by extensive travels, ambitious, ardent, plausible, adroit,--appeared among the churches and advanced a new philosophy.
A.--Clearly not; for since a cylinder full of high pressure steam, contains more water than the same cylinder full of low pressure steam, the size of the feed must vary in the same proportion as the density of the steam.
"'Dear Nun,'" he blurted; "no, how does it go again?--'dear child, that walkest with me here--'" The girl started down the slope, with the impatience of one whose mood is frustrated.
Mr. Goadby is not much above his countryman in literary acquirements, if we may judge by his treatment of the names of Schwann and Lieberkuhn, whom he repeatedly calls Schawn and Leiberkuhn, and by the indignity which he offers to the itch-insect by naming it Aearus Scabiaei.
Let no deluding dreames, nor dreadful sights, Make sudden sad affrights: No let house-fyres, nor lightnings helpless harmes, 340 Ne let the Pouke, nor other evill sprights, Ne let mischievous witches with theyr charmes, Ne let hob-goblins, names whose sence we see not, Fray us with things that be not: Let not the shriech-owle, nor the storke, be heard, 345 Nor the night-raven, that still deadly yels, Nor damned ghosts, cald up with mighty spels, Nor griesly vultures, make us once affeard: Ne let th'unpleasant quyre of frogs still croking Make us to wish theyr choking.
How darest thou tell thy dame thou art affear'd?
+A-feren+, v. to frighten, terrify, S, PP; +afferen+, MD; +affeare+, 2 pr.
But I only hopes; I’m afeard this ar’n’t the last on him!”
Ay, that's a colt indeed, for he doth nothing but talk of his horse; and he makes it a great appropriation to his own good parts that he can shoe him himself; I am much afear'd my lady his mother play'd false with a smith.
Hogni answered, "None the more shall we waver for that cause; for little methinks have we shrunk aback whenas men fell to fight; and naught shall it avail thee to make us afeard,--and for an ill fate hast thou wrought."
I was afeared this cold weather they wadna lay good without a warm bite now and then."
She did not return, and I descended the steps and went to the edge of the thicket to inspect her work: a bulky affair,--nearly done, I thought,--loosely constructed of pretty large twigs.
aguijonear, to thrust, impel, drive (or spur) on.
No sooner were the guests seated, and the repast about to commence, than the major domo, or steward, suddenly raising his wand, said aloud--"Forbear!--Place for the Lady Rowena."
The duke died in an ale-house called the Castle, in St. Alban's.--Shakespeare, 2 Henry VI.
The Duke of Clarence and Isabel his duchess, the king-maker's daughter; the Duke of Somerset, executed after the battle of Tewkesbury; Abbot Alear, Becket's friend, are all buried here.
Baret, in his "Alvearic," 1580, explains a boever, a drinking betweene dinner and supper; and a boier, meate eaten after noone, a collation, a noone meale.
Drahomir (alone).--Search for some one like her--and if there is some one like, her--too late (he sits down and covers his face with his hand).
Baret's Alvearie of 1573 has been justly styled 'one of the most quaint and charming of all the early Dictionaries.'
Mr Todd found this word in Baret's "Alveary," 1580, as well as in Cotgrave; but he quotes no authority for the signification he attaches to it--viz.,
Fresh Spring, the herald of loves mighty king, In whose cote-armour richly are displayd All sorts of flowres the which on earth do spring, In goodly colours gloriously arrayd, Goe to my Love, where she is carelesse layd, Yet in her winters bowre not well awake: Tell her the ioyous time wil not be staid, Unlesse she doe him by the forelock take; Bid her therefore her selfe soone ready make, To wayt on Love amongst his lovely crew, Where every one that misseth then her make* Shall be by him amearst with penance dew.